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Evening Report – Mon., May 16, 2022 – Bans Off Our Bodies

  • Nearly 300 People at Moscow Bans Off Our Bodies Rally Saturday.
  • Local Nimiipuu Confronts Racist Protesters in Moscow.
  • Innovia Foundation To Raise $150 Million to Pay Tuition for Every College Student and Vocational School Student in Inland Northwest.
  • Judge Rules Bonneville County Republican Central Committee Can’t Support Candidates in Primary.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 6, 2022 – Diversity and Inclusion in Moscow

  • UI WWAMI Medical Educaton Prof. Lynda Freeman Speaks on Diversity and Inclusion in Moscow.
  • Vaccine-Denier Dr. Ryan Cole of the Central Health District Board Accused of Misdiagnosing Two Cancer Patients and Misusing Federal Covid Testing Money.
  • Fairchild Air Force Base Soldiers Indicted for Stealing Weapons.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 15, 2022 – Abortion Lawsuit Bill Heads to Governor

  • Idaho Lawmakers Pass Texas-Style Restrictive Abortion Bill Allowing Lawsuits Against Doctors by Relatives of Woman Who Gets an Abortion.  Now on Gov. Little’s Desk.
  • Senate Republican Leadership Criticizes Gender Affirmation Health Care Criminalization Bill.
  • Full Day Kindergarten Passes Committee.
  • Governor and Attorney General Sue to Remove Homeless Camp Across the Street from State Capitol.
  • Congress Approves $200 Million for Projects in Washington Including Rebuilding Malden Sewer System.
  • Bill Streamlining Elimination of Racist Deed Covenants Passes Idaho House Unanimously.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 23, 2022 – Bigotry Underscores New Bills in Idaho Legislature

  • Rep. Barbara Ehardt Introduces Legislation Require a Parents’ Permission to Join School Club.
  • Idaho Senate Approves Resolution Condemning Critical Race Theory and Specifically Teaching About Slavery Through New York Times’ 1619 Project.
  • Rep. Bruce Skaug Introduces Ban on Gender Confirmation Surgery for Minors.
  • Rep. Priscilla Giddings and Rep. Christy Zito Introduce Bill Requiring Prosecuting Agencies to Reimburse Someone Charged in a Death Later Ruled Self-Defense.
  • Prosecutor Name Suspect in Rage Mass Shooting at Portland Black Lives Matter Protest that Left One Person Dead and One Person Paralyzed from the Neck Down.
  • Groundwater Use Increased on Palouse in 2021.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Nov 12, 2021 – Palouse Water Supply

  • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Project Manager Robin Nimmer & Avista Business & Public Affairs Manager Paul Kimmell Discuss the Future of the Palouse Water Supply.
  • Infrastructure Bill to Help with Digital Divide, Railroads in Idaho & Washington.
  • ACLU of Washington & NAACP Want Justice Dept. Civil Rights Investigation of Vancouver & Clark County Police for Killing 8 People Since 2019, Including 5 People of Color.
  • Idaho Democrats: “Say No and Go Home!” to Idaho Legislature Reconvening.
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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 25, 2021 – Washington Vaccinations, Evictions

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Health Secretary Dr. Umair Shah on Vaccinations & Evictions (full press conference).
  • Moscow School District Budget Recovers $300,000 Lost Due to Holdbacks.
  • Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s Task Force is White Non-Teachers Talking about How to Teach About Racism without Input from Teachers or People of Color.
  • Idaho Health & Welfare to Analyze More Positive Covid Tests for Variants.
  • UI Considers Purchasing Old Moscow Police Station for Vandal Store and Art Gallery.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 7, 2021 – Idaho Legislature Normalizing Racism

  • Is Idaho Freedom Foundations Supporters Normalizing Racism in Idaho Legislature?  Floor Speech From The Only African-American in Idaho Legislature Rep. Chris Matthias’ on Critical Race Theory plus Interruptions from Far-Right Legislators.
  • Moscow Council Discusses Conestoga Road Cost Sharing.
  • Idaho Legislature Debates Prohibiting Signature Collection from In Parking Lots of Out-of-State Pot Shops.
  • Idaho Legislature Debates Moving City Elections to Even-Numbered Years.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 26, 2021 – Social Justice Indoctrination Bill Passes

  • Social Justice Indoctrination Bill Passes Idaho Senate; Heads to Governor’s Desk.
  • Mask Ordinance Pre-emption Bill Likely Dead.
  • Washington Legislature Adjourns for Year after Passing $59.2 Billion Budget.
  • Superspreader Events in Ferry County.
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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 15, 2021 – ID Anti-Drug Amendment Fails

  • Idaho House Kills Constitutional Amendment Freezing State Drug Laws that Would Have Pre-empted Medical or Recreational Cannabis.
  • State Board of Education Votes for Tuition Freeze.
  • Pullman Subcommittee Reports on ‘End Racism Now’-Themed Mural Process.
  • Spokane Police Dog Bite Victim sues.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 13, 2021 – ID House Kills Teachers’ Pay w/ Social Justice Scare

  • Idaho House Kills $1.1 Billion K-12 Teachers’ Salaries Budget over Accusations of Failure to Censor Social Justice in Schools, Which is Part of Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Agenda.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Pushes Back on Idaho Freedom Foundation Accusations about Teaching Social Justice.
  • Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin Gets Twitter Pushback over Plan to Establish Task Force to Study Social Justice and “Critical Race Theory Indoctrination” in Idaho Schools.
  • Former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Jim Jones Delivers 16,000 Signatures to Gov. Little in Opposition to SB 1110, Which Will Make it Virtually Impossible to Get An Initiative on the Ballot.
  • Whitman County Reverts Back to Phase 2 of Reopening Plan due to Covid Surge.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends One World Cafe Enhanced Sidewalk Cafe.
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